In August 2022, the Texas Education Agency announced that Lubbock-Cooper ISD received an "A" rating following the tabulation of STAAR test results from the 2021-22 school year.

While this is a notable accomplishment and we are proud of our students for their stellar performance on the STAAR test, the "A" rating is just that - an indicator of performance on one, single test. As a district, we believe that educating our students is much more complex than test preparation. Our students are bright, engaged, unique individuals with an incredible variety of interests and talents. They face unique challenges and experience unique successes. It is our responsibility to serve each one of them in a way that meets their unique needs.

Two years ago, LCISD began developing a community-based accountability system, a way of analyzing our school system and providing our stakeholders with evidence of our commitment to student success, areas in need of improvement or enhancement, and an overview of school performance.

This year, we are pleased to share our first ever Community-Based Accountability Report. The document, linked below, includes information about a number of school aspects ranging from safety to academics, finances, student and staff opportunities, and more.